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1999 - CGC MIDGETT (WHEC 726)
230209-G-G0000-101.JPG Photo By: PA1 CHARLES SMITH USCG

At Sea - SEATLE, Wash.--History of the USCGC Midgett VESSEL HISTORY USCGC MIDGETT is the twelfth and last of the Coast Guard's fleet of 378 foot High Endurance Cutters. She is the third in her class (HERO) to be named for outstanding Coast Guardsmen. Her namesake, the late Chief Boatswain John Allen MIDGETT, Jr. was born in 1876 in Rodanthe, North Carolina and served for nearly forty years with the U.S. Lifesaving Service and the Coast Guard. U.S. COAST GUARD PHOTO


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